Ramgarh (Jharkhand), Apr 29: Five physically impaired students, who had gone missing from a renowned government-aided residential school in the district, were traced today by the administration, officials said.
Deputy Commissioner A Dodde said the students have been traced and concerned officials begun probe into the incident. All the students as well as the teachers including the Principal are physically impaired and were missing since yesterday.
Sub-Divisional Officer of Ramgarh, Kiran Kumari Pasi visited the school today to enquire about the reason behind the escape. The students alleged that they were being served inadequate food and subjected to torture, which led to the escape.
Meanwhile, expressing surprise over the incident, Principal Shankar Lal Mahatha said the school authorities ensured best care of the students. He informed that the school received aid within the range of Rs 15-19 lakh from the Welfare Department towards smooth functioning.